Saturday, April 11, 2009

Cross Process Lomo Action

I bought my first lomo camera at the Sydney Museum of Fine Art. It was a cute little plastic camera that took four photos in a row. One of my favorite professors, Joe Ostraff, had one and I was very jealous of his cool photos. He also let me borrow his Holga. I remember developing film in hostel bathrooms and making prints by the light of our flashlights. My photos amazed my professors so much that they convinced me to change my major from fine art to photography. I made it into the program and the rest is history.

Enjoy the action!

It's designed to be used on a 2912x4368 pixel image. If your image is close to this size and dimension--you should get great effects. If not...no guarantees.

It should show you the action when you scroll over.





2 comments:

Folks Photography April 11, 2009 at 8:15 AM  

SWEEEEEET action!!! where are these awesome red doors???

Becky April 13, 2009 at 9:46 PM  

Jon and I lived in China for a year. These doors were right across the street from our apt.

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